Census Bureau awards IT contract to CNSI

The Census Bureau has awarded a contract to CNSI bolster its Regional Office Survey Control system, which manages staff workloads, assigns cases to field representatives, tracks progress and transfers data to a central repository.

The nine-year contract is worth $5.8 million.

“CNSI is proud to expand its successful working relationship with the U.S. Census Bureau and supplement its support of the agency’s day-to-day operations,” said Reet Singh, CNSI’s chief operating officer.

The company will provide a development team to create support applications for surveys. CNSI also has support contracts for Census’ 2010 Decennial Response Integration System and the Field Data Collection Automation system through a subcontract with Harris, which won a $600 million contract in March.

CNSI also developed information technology systems for the 2000 census.

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